The Socialist threat to our system

It’s not perfect but I like our system. It has made more people healthier and wealthier than any generation in human history.

So with Europe still reeling in financial crises due to decades of Socialist policy creep, what do the Socialists want to do? Collapse the banking system and thus collapse the West.

That bloke’s blog is so far Left, he doesn’t even like Obama, and certainly not for the reasons the Right doesn’t.

And maybe his conspiracy theory about the South Korean warship Cheonan is mainly correct. Doubtful, but who cares?

He should have a real look into North Korea, read testimonies, watch documentaries, and realise even if the pretext is manufactured, somehow North Korea has to go. It would be a horrible place to live.

Sure, the Military Industrial Complex isn’t our fairy godmother, but how many historical examples of socialism and communism, which ultimately lead into totalitarianism, do people need before they realise Socialism sucks?

Great on paper. Crap on the pavement.

1984 and history has taught us that every time the pigs enter the house, they behave like the previous pigs.

We’ve experimented with capitalist pigs and socialist pigs in various areas of the planet. The capitalist pigs ran a better farm for everyone. So much so, even the communist Chinese are “capos” now.

And no, the link specifically advocates non-violence but they are still holding us to ransom.




Re that final link: a reply…

Well stated.

As you would know, North Korea has been in the news lately.

You mentioned isolationism and how that doesn’t work. North Korea has a policy of “Juche” which loosely translates to “self reliance”.

If that really worked, you’d think NK would sanction themselves. No need for the West to hold them to their word.

You mentioned it will ultimately lead to “war” (militarism). North Korea’s driving policy of late is “Songun” which means “military first”.

A case in point?

4 Responses to “The Socialist threat to our system”

  1. onepointsixoneeight Says:

    Also, take note **St. Petersburg, Russia – China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday.

  2. onepointsixoneeight Says:

    South Korea’s defence minister tendered his resignation Thursday, just two days after a North Korea artillery attack killed four people on the small island of Yeonpyeong

    • bingbing Says:

      The fall guy.

  3. J.M. Heinrichs Says:

    The currency decision is silly, and it will bite the Russians badly.


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